Bailey Steen Writer

Bailey T. Steen is an Australian journalist, editor and film critic. Bailey’s career started as a weekly film columnist for the Melbourne based site Janks Reviews. Growing tired of emerging extremists on the political left and right, his work was soon published on the political outlet Newslogue, writing to an audience of ten thousand. Bailey covers world politics, political extremism, and new media issues for TrigTent. 

Published Content

The Facebook Antitrust Case Once Again Zeroes in on Zuckerberg's Emails

The CEO's damning emails could give the government all the evidence it needs to prove that Facebook engaged in anti-competitive business tactics.

The Ironic Controversies Plaguing Cyberpunk 2077

In one wildly botched game rollout CD Projekt Red has managed to not only undermine their own espoused values but the central message of Cyberpunk 2077 itself.

PornHub’s Video Purge May Be A Preview Into A Post-Section 230 Internet

The nuclear option approach to content moderation may become increasingly popular as internet platforms are held increasingly responsible for the actions of their users.

“Smoking Gun" Emails Emerge From Facebook’s Antitrust Lawsuit

The emails show both that Facebook knew that they could rake in users with the promise of better privacy settings and that they could roll back those settings as they succeeded in driving competition out of the market.

The Wuhan Files: China's Mishandling and Obfuscation in the Early Stages of the Pandemic

Newly leaked documents from the Hubei CDC show how the Chinese government suppressed evidence of COVID-19 and mishandled the early stages of the pandemic.

How US Tech is Helping to Power China's Surveillance State

Though the companies involved continue to claim that they didn't know what their tech was being used for, the denials are getting harder to believe.

So, How Did the 2020 Pollsters Get the Election Wrong Again?

The short answer is that there is no easy answer, and that's a problem.

Lessons For Democrats: Trump’s Latino Surge, And Why it Was Avoidable

Joe Biden’s underperformance among Latino voters in key states is forcing an uncomfortable political realignment on how to reach diverse communities.

Unpacking the DOJ Lawsuit Against Google's Anti-Competitive Tactics

The US Department of Justice is finally taking the tech giant to task for its monopolistic market practices.

October Distraction: A Look At the Bizarre Details of the Hunter Biden Email Story

Given all the misleading information, the internal discord within the New York Post, the potential foreign influence, and the fact none of these emails can be verified by anybody, this supposed bombshell report seems like nothing more than a distraction.